Take That are confused by the BRIT Awards decision to award American star Pink with the Outstanding Contribution To Music prize and feel they should have had their turn in their 30th year.
Mark Ronson wants to perform at the Glastonbury Festival with Miley Cyrus and says he is keeping his schedule clear that weekend in the hope he gets the call from his collaborator.
Dweezil Zappa is set to return to the UK in December, where he will play his father Frank Zappa’s ‘Hot Rats’ album in its entirety.
Iggy Azalea has been forced to re-record some vocals for her new record ‘In My Defense’ after her hard drive crashed.
Damon Albarn says music “needs” to be political, because he believes “selfie music” isn’t “sustainable”.
Madonna says her new album ‘Madame X’ will see her give “zero you-know-whats” as she goes “back to her roots”, with the title taken from a moniker she was given when she was 19.
Sheryl Crow has released a re-recorded version of ‘Redemption Day’, her duet with the late Johnny Cash.
Sting will perform 16 concerts in Las Vegas next year.
Peter Hook has announced two 40th anniversary shows in London and Manchester, which will see him perform Joy Division albums ‘Unknown Pleasures’ and ‘Closer’ in full.
BBC Radio 1 have decided against playing Madonna’s song ‘Medellin’ because it doesn’t match what their audience “expect” to hear played on the UK’s youth station.